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The Buckhorn Homeowners Association held several special events in December. The Santa Claus Parade was held on December 13. Santa Claus rode in a red 1975 Cadillac convertible, provided by Dr. Max Courson and his wife, throughout Buckhorn. He was escorted by a Hillsborough County Fire Truck and two Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputies, all with sirens blaring. The children and families in Buckhorn along the route were very excited to see Santa Claus. The parade ended at Buckhorn County Park. The Santa At The Park event began at Buckhorn County Park after the parade. The Firemen and fire truck were on display for our children to tour and have photos taken. Santa proceeded to his and Mrs. Claus’ thrones where Buckhorn’s children were able to tell Santa their Christmas wish lists, and each received a gift from Santa. Parents were able to take free photos of their children with Santa. There was also a wooded Santa sleigh and reindeer for the children to explore and for parents to photo their children. Food and drinks were provided for everyone at the event. This was the 12th year that Buckhorn Homeowners Association has held these events. We thank all the Buckhorn volunteers who spend their time enabling these events to happen, and we thank the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department for allowing their Deputies and Firemen, along with their equipment, to participate. We also thank the Hillsborough County Parks Department for allowing us to use the Santa thrones and reindeer with sleigh.

On December 21, Buckhorn Homeowners Association held its Christmas Holiday Lights Judging Contest. Nine Buckhorn volunteer judges, who were not able to compete in the contest, drove by all of Buckhorn’s 652 homes to judge which homes had the best lights. Eight cash prizes were awarded to the winning homes. We appreciate all Buckhorn’s homeowners and renters who lighted their beautiful homes for the holidays.


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Buckhorn College Scholarship

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Mark Your Calendars!

    Upcoming Events in our Neighborhood

    Annual Meeting Tuesday, April 7 (T)
    We have been able to schedule our new District 4 County Commissioner, Stacey White, to speak at our Annual Membership Meeting.

    Please plan your calendars to attend.


Be Careful with Solicitors
    There is a knock at your door and someone is standing politely and a bit back from the entrance to your home. "Ma'am, we were in the neighborhood and . . . "

    Sound familiar? Is this the beginning of a good deal or the start of a very bad experience? Click here for information you need to know!

Crime Watch
    Each of us needs to be aware of our surroundings and react to suspicious people/vehicles by notifying the Sheriff at 247-8200, non-emergency calls, or 911 if you witness a crime in progress. [See the October 2012 Newsletter for more information.]

    Good to Know: The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office has a wonderful crime-map that can be used by residents, crime watch, HOA's and you!!


    Fall-Winter 2014 Newsletter Published

    Did you get your Spring-Summer 2015 Newsletter?

 
 
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